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Syngonium - a plant under the sign of the Virgin

Syngonium - a plant under the sign of the Virgin

Due to its elegance and beauty, Syngonium can fit into any interior. Its fabulous leaves have long petioles and, closing, form a continuous cascade that covers the shoots. If its stems do not find suitable support, then the syngonium grows as a groundcover or freely hangs its shoots down like an ampel....

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Amur Velvet at your home

Amur Velvet at your home

The big tree is already a particle of macro landscape. Such a tree on the site “works” not only near, but also becomes a noticeable “reference” point of the surroundings. In the old days it was customary to plant linden, willow, birch or ash near the house. Returning, the owner from afar saw this green lighthouse. The tree survived more than one generation of the owners of the house, it became so dear to them that a hand did not rise to cut it....

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Banana for the joy of you

Banana for the joy of you

Banana (Latin Musa) is a genus of perennial herbaceous plants of the Banana family (Musaceae), whose homeland is the tropics of Southeast Asia (Southeast Asia) and, in particular, the Malay archipelago. Bananas are also called the fruits of these plants, eaten. Currently, various varieties of the sterile triploid cultigen Musa × paradisiaca (an artificial species not found in the wild), created on the basis of some species of these plants, are widely cultivated in tropical countries and in many of them make up a major share of export....

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Tithonia, or Mexican Sunflower

Tithonia, or Mexican Sunflower

Better known as the “Mexican Sunflower,” titonia is one of the most monumental flyers. Large, stately, spectacular, she is a full-fledged soloist and brings bright and catchy accents to the design of the garden. Outwardly, titonia seems more like a perennial relative of garden stars from among the basket beauties than a simple flyer....

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